Business Honors Program
Learn From the Most Accomplished Professors
The School of Business offers the oldest and most established Business Honors Program in the Long Island area for undergraduate business students. Participation in the Business Honors Program offers qualified students an opportunity to learn from the most accomplished professors alongside the best and the brightest students in the program.
Honors classes are structured in cohorts, which form a tight-knit, cooperative learning community. These courses are enhanced to challenge honors students and differ from the non-honors business courses in the depth and breadth of subject matter. Honors students are held to a higher standard of academic rigor and ultimately, academic achievement overall. In addition, the Business Division will arrange elite guest speakers and provide ample opportunity for international travel, in which Business Honors students will be given first priority for participation in business international travel.
Achieve Your Maximum Potential
The goal of the Undergraduate Business Program is to challenge the high aptitude student to achieve their maximum potential. The Business Honors Program consists of 12 business classes taken over four years. If prior to entering The Program, a Molloy student has received college credit for a course that is included in the Business Honors curriculum, the student is required to "audit" the course as part of the program. In this capacity, the student will attend all classes and complete all assignments, but will receive an "audit" designation on the transcripts and will not be charged tuition for the course.
- Students entering the Business Honors Program as freshmen in 2017 and thereafter must complete or audit 10 out of the 12 required courses in order to have the "Business Honors Program" noted on their final transcript.
- Students entering the Business Honors Program as sophomores in 2014 and thereafter must complete or audit 6 of the 12 required courses in order to have the "Business Honors Program" noted on their final transcript.
- Students who entered the Business Honors Program as freshmen prior to 2017 must complete or audit 10 of the 11 required courses in order to have the "Business Honors Program" included on their final transcript.
This Program is independent of the Molloy College Honors Program. Students participating in the Business Honors Program are encouraged to participate, if invited, into the Molloy College Honors Program. Only Business Honors students who are also participants in the Molloy Honors Program are permitted to take more than 16 credits in a semester without being assessed an additional tuition charge.